Just Watch: Jack Garratt – Breathe Life + Album Alert

Jack Garratt

Watch the video for Breathe Life here:

jack garratt cropBreathe Life is the first single to be released from Jack Garratt’s forthcoming album Phase and is characteristically Jack; it showcases all of his best talents but something tells me the multi-instrumentalist will deliver something bigger in the new year. This song brings together his classical musical training as well as his penchant for bass and passion for exploring new innovative electronic techniques.

The video is ambitiously shot, and while synchronised swimmers in a video is not entirely original, the production and imagery of the video is stunning. It features Jack himself in all of his hipster glory (compliment) throughout its entirety and like any decent music video, fits the song while not being too obvious with sub-plots and characters, or focusing solely on the artist’s performance and ignoring the potential for compelling scenic shots.

Breathe life has a rather simple but catchy melody, feeling slightly more radio friendly – a good move as he’s moving into the masses, he’s going to want a few tracks to bring in new fans and keep his old ones happy. Plus, I can sense a remix or 10 in the making before next year’s festival season

Phase will be released on 19th February 2016 through Island Records.

Phase track listing:
Coalesce (Synesthesia Pt. II)
Breathe Life
Far Cry
Weathered
Worry
The Love You’re Given
I Know All What I Do
Surprise Yourself
Chemical
Fire Synesthesia Pt. III
My House Is Your Home

A deluxe version of the album will feature a further seven tracks:

Falling
Water
I Couldn’t Want You Anyway
Remnants
Synesthesia Pt. I
Lonesome Valley
Water (Acoustic)

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Listen to Breathe Life here:

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  1. […] Breathe Life is another we’re familiar with, after coming out October 2015 along with his album announcement, I wrote: “This song brings together his classical musical training as well as his penchant for bass and passion for exploring new innovative electronic techniques. It has a rather simple but catchy melody, feeling slightly more radio friendly – a good move as he’s moving into the masses, he’s going to want a few tracks to bring in new fans and keep his old ones happy. Plus, I can sense a remix or 10 in the making before next year’s festival season” – Nuff said […]

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